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Looking for schematic diagram for Dell MMS 5650

The unit was accentally plug into a 220V outlet. I already replaced the fuse that was blown out, but the unit doesn't work. So I decided to take servicing the electronic part of the unit, and found out that 2 of the IC's were blown out but the part number was not defined on the casing on the piece so I can not replaced it. I am looking for the schematic diagram and parts for this Dell MMS 5650. Looking forward for a solution.

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You will never find a schematic for a dell.

you can purchase this whole unit for the price of those ic's
the going rate is 30 to 70.00
I fix these only if they have frayed wire, otherwise junk pile.
sad but its the times we live in.

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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you will never find a schematic for any dell part.
you can be the first to make one though.

if you know electronics then the circuit for that is one of the easiest.
having a schematic will not help you fix it.

since your looking at an item that sells for 30 to 70.00 any part in there you order will max that.

I find a signal tracer to be invaluable in troubleshooting these.

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Similar situation happened with me ... on the back of the subwoofer is a fuse,it's a little round button that actually can come out. Maybe that just popped. try pulling it out and putting it back in.

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